Georgia Bulldogs Football: Unveiling the All-Mark Richt Team

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Aug 21, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker

Jarvis Jones

(95) during warm ups before a game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Linebackers – David Pollack (2001-2004), Jarvis Jones (2011-2012)

Georgia has had more than a few great linebackers pass through the ranks, but both David Pollack and Jarvis Jones really made themselves noticeable.

Pollack was a guy with a motor that never quit, and one of the best tacklers you’ll ever see. He was excellent in pass coverage, and quick enough to get into the backfield to stop run plays dead or even sack the quarterback, which he did 36 times for a Georgia career record.

Jarvis Jones was intimidating and quick. Another guy who could change the tone of a game with a few plays (which he did quite well against Missouri and Florida in his final season). The folks at USC are probably still wondering why they didn’t clear him to play and let him get away to Georgia.

When you look at the “Tackles For Loss” stats in Georgia history in any category, the names Pollack and Jones are almost always there side by side.

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